I usually try to read at least three or more sources on anything. You get a lot of repeat information. Standard stuff that is basic. Then you get extra stuff from each author. Through the years I have read a lot of books on writing. In the last couple of weeks I have come across "move your lips" more than a couple of times form three of four different places. Authors suggesting that, as we proof and edit, we move our lips. I have always known to read what I write aloud, but it is strange that I have hit upon this phrase so many times. Something to think about. We should move our lips as we read to ourselves. Even if we are not reading out loud.
My - don't like - word or phrase this week is: Torrent. Not the computer download stuff. I've come across it about a dozen times. It's starting to move up there to another one I don't like, and hope to never use: A long moment.